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    Portraiture work, running topic

    X-Pro2 + Mitakon 35mm mkII @ f/0.95 Another eyes session 1 by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr Eyes session 1 by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Getting the Medium Format Look > Utopy on small sensors ?

    These were shot with the Mitakon 35mm (mk II) @ f/0.95 (on an X-Pro2): Another eyes session 1 by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr Eyes session 1 by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr I like this lens a lot! It's a bit heavy, yes, but compact and who cares about that anyway with this type of photography? Manually focusing the lens can be a challenge, but less so if the subject cooperates... ;-) The lens is tack sharp wide open. No complaints. These were shot very close to the subject, by the way: 0.5 to 1 meter. Note that the DOF of this lens at maximum aperture is essentially comparable to that of a 50mm f/1.4 lens on FF.
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    landscapes with fuji x

    X-Pro2 + XF18-55mm at Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia, Dolomites, South Tyrol, Italy Peitlerkofel and Peitlerkofelgruppe 1 by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Portraiture work, running topic

    One of my first shots with the X-Pro2 + XF35mmF2. I love ACROS! Backbone shadow play by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Cityscapes with Fujifilm X

    Maastricht, the Netherlands (X100S) Urban drama by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Jonas Rask's review of the Mitakon 35mmF0.95

    The razor-thin DOF wide open could actually be a challenge at closer focusing distances. My personal use of this lens would be "medium" focusing distances, such as with whole-body environmental portraits. At these distances, the DOF should be workable. I personally like this example (not my own, because I don't own the lens): Untitled by Cat Zheng, on Flickr For me, this photo shows the real potential of the Mitakon. After all, for close-up, shallow-DOF portraits, we already have the XF56 and XF90. Thanks for the YouTube review, by the way. I have seen it before but I like Jonas Rask's review better, simply because he's a great photographer.
  7. https://jonasraskphotography.com/2017/03/22/mitakon-35mm-f0-95-mk2-review/ Good to see a fresh review of the Mitakon 35mmF0.95 with great sample photos (which are rare for this lens).
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    Cityscapes with Fujifilm X

    A sunny afternoon in London (X100S) Westminster Bridge by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Portraiture work, running topic

    X-T1, XF35mmF1.4 Dreamy bathtub portrait by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Portraiture work, running topic

    X-T1, XF35mmF1.4, VSCO 07, Fuji 160S Sheepy by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Sunsets (Open Thread)

    Gulpen, the Netherlands (X100S) Gulpen sunset by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Sunsets (Open Thread)

    Sierra de Guara, Spain (X-T1, XF14mm) Sierra de Guara 1 by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    Sunsets (Open Thread)

    Dutch countryside (X-T1, XF90mm) Dark November sunset by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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    landscapes with fuji x

    Cold early morning at the Maas river, Netherlands (X-T1, 55-200mm) Cold dawn at the river 1 by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr Cold dawn at the river 2 by Pascal van Gerven, on Flickr
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